Lessons learned with new ASC opening

Earnhart, Stephen W.
December 2011
Same-Day Surgery;Dec2011, Vol. 35 Issue 12, p131
Academic Journal
The article reports on an ambulatory surgical center which was opened in Texas in December of 2011 and will be managed for an extended period of time by Earnhart & Associates and discusses lessons that Earnhart & Associates learned as a result of opening the facility.


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